It was originally built in 1928 and has seen many rebuilds over the decades.
Many have fond memories of this iconic market where people would come to buy anything and everything.
Mums and dads would come on a Saturday to buy the family provision for the following week, making sure they got their fresh veg and meat for the Sunday roast.
The market also had a record shop just in the doorway that was popular with teenagers and music lovers.
There was also Harringtons – a popular clothes shop for the fashion conscious with many buying their clothes for their nights out that Saturday.
The Gallery – which linked Sheaf Market and Woolworths – was popular and a great meeting place for many or just to watch the world go by.
Here’s 11 pictures showing the site through the years.